Food & Drink

Grab Your Chopsticks, You Can Now Make Taro’s Ramen At Home With Their DIY Packs

By Victoria Patapan
15th Apr 2020

Taro's Ramen at home

Ever since coronavirus hit our shores, we’ve all had to sacrifice a lot. No more trips to cinemas, no more dining out—heck, you can’t even get the gang together without risking a hefty fine. But asking us to give up ramen? It’s just too much.  

Thankfully, the team at Taro’s Ramen understands our pain. They know there’s no hope of getting through this crisis without a bowlful of ramen in our bellies. That’s why they’ve introduced their all-new range of ramen-at-home packs, the perfect antidote to those miso-cravings that come with the cooler weather.

Construct your very own personalised ramen bowl by choosing your soup, noodles and toppings from their website. The noodles come in vegan and gluten-free varieties, so no one needs to miss out. If you’re new to the world of ramen, start with the tonkatsu pack—your tastebuds will thank you for it. 

Taro’s offers all the extras you could possibly need, including hard boiled eggs, pork slices, nori, and red ginger. To browse their mouth-watering menu, head to their dedicated products page, and place your order for pick-up or delivery (provided you’re within the Brisbane area). If you’re an essential worker and can’t be home to accept your delivery (or maybe you’re in the middle of a virtual sweat sesh), don’t fret! You can still get your ramen delivered to your door. Just be sure to leave out an esky so it stays in tip-top condition before making its way to your mouth.

The minimum order value is $60, so start making room in your fridge (or freezer) and prepare to have the best darn ramen in town sitting on your stovetop. 

After dinner, you’ll need dessert. Check out Jocelyn’s Provisions bake-at-home cookie dough for the ultimate sweet treat.

Image credit: Caitlin Hicks 

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